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[TIPT401] Henry Tybotot m. Alda . [TIPT411] Robert de Tybotot, Governor of Porchester Castle m. [CHAW493] Eve de Charworth . . [TIPT422] Lord Payn Tybotot m. [ROOS513] Agnes de Ros . . . [TIPT432] Margaret Tiptoft m. [MONH511] Sir Thomas Monthermer
[TIPT381] Walter de Tybotot (born c.1145). He died 1204.
[TIPT391] Robert de Tybotot (born c.1165). He died 1216.
[TIPT401] Henry de Tybotot (born c.1195) married Alda. He died December 1241.
[TIPT411] Robert de Tybotot (born 1228, son & heir), noted as being a knight at the garrison at Bristol (1264), Governor of Porchester Castle (1266), married (before 1269) [CHAW493] Eve de Charworth (daughter of Patrick de Sourches, see CHAORCES). He became Justiciar of West Wales (1280). As King's Lieutenant in Wales he fought and beat Rhys ap Maredudd at the Siege of Dryslwyn (September 1287), though Rhys himself escaped and became a fugitive. He was subsequently betrayed and captured (April 1292), taken to York and executed shortly afterwards. Robert died at Nettlestead (Suffolk) 22nd August 1298. Eve died c.1300.
[TIPT422] Payn Tybotot (born 11th November 1279, 2nd but only surviving son), 1st Lord Tybotot (1308), married (before 1311) [ROOS513] Agnes (daughter of William, see HELMSLEY (ROS) BARONY), who presumably brought with her as marriage dower the manor at [Market] Weighton, as in 1311 Payn and his wife Agnes were granted the right to hold a Tuesday market at "Wyghton by Beverley". Payn was Constable of Northampton, and Justiciar of the Forests beyond Trent. He was killed at the Battle of Bannockburn (24th June 1314), and afterwards Agnes married 2. (c.1314-15) Thomas de Vere (son of Robert, 6th Earl of Oxford). Agnes died 25th November 1328, and Thomas died not long afterwards.
After Agnes remarried, "Matilda de Tibetot" (unidentified) was holding (1316) the market at [Market] Weighton. But in 1458 it was reclaimed by Henry Bromfleet (of Londesborough), Lord Vescy, as heir of Reginald son of Peter (viz Sir Reynold FitzPiers FitzHerbert, see HERBERT) who had been granted the right 200 years earlier (1252).
[TIPT432] Margaret (daughter of Payn) married 1. Henry Teyes (executed 1321); then 2. [MONH511] Lord Thomas (see MONTHERMER BARONY).